This was the last CSCC weekend of the season for me. The weather really tested my cameras’ durability – just when I thought the rain had stopped, along came another deluge. Regardless, it was great fun being right at the centre of the action. Standing at the marshals’ post at devil’s elbow give a great view of half the track and at least the sun cam out for the second day, which meant I could get some decent assembly area footage.
Looking forward to another season of CSCC racing in 2019. Some more new tracks for me to visit including the awesome Spa and picturesque anglesey. Just the season end video to produce for the dinner dance. My first end of season to include filming from most weekends of the year.
Donington’s one of my favourites to film. The cars ascending through Craner Curves look awesome as they pop out from the undulating track. The grass frames the cars beautifully as they snake down the slightly curved straight. I tried to venture further afield this time out but it’s hard to outdo the views from Craner Curves and Goddards. The cars raced on the full GP circuit for the second day, which was a first for me and the CSCC series.
Another TUI family life holiday and another fab time. Not sure it was possible for our kids to have any more fun!
I rarely film weddings, but how could I say no to my brilliant child minder! Jo and Em were an amazing couple – the photographer took so many beautiful shots as they posed effortlessly for the camera. So nice to be able to capture the events unfolding with minimal input (I couldn’t resist the odd request!). I did have few heart stopping moments but it all worked out in the end. An exhausting day of filming, but a fantastic day.